The picture to the right was taken the second day of my trip on a very foggy morning. This made viewing in some areas very limited as the fog, paired with the venting steam, obscured the view. However, it created a very unique experience as we could hear escaping steam and splattering geysers as they erupted in the Lower Geyser Basin but could not see them until we were upon them..
I rest my case.With the variety on offer, it would have taken a cold heart of fashion steel not to give a bit. Pastel colours in all permutations flowed down spring runways like melted ice cream.Young adventurer Richard Nicoll played with patent, sending out fitted, sleeveless high shine dresses in teal to create a sort of candied fetishism. This is, quite rightly, a popular look in high street stores.But what gives pastels their uniquely 2014 twist is the serious, even masculine lines.
As a precaution I am now monitoring my blood pressure at least twice a day, once in the morning and the second time at night. I bought an electronic b/p measuring device. It is very easy to use. Just forget that whole 1999 mess of a “House on Haunted Hill” remake ever happened. Even Geoffrey Rush couldn’t save it with what was essentially a lukewarm portrayal of the same “Casanova Frankenstein” villain he embodied that same year in the unjustly maligned “Mystery Men.” Instead, go dig this, William Castle’s 1959 “House on Haunted Hill,” screened as part of the Central Arkansas Library System’s “Terror Tuesday” series. (And kudos to CALS for doing this; roast turkey and dressing is too delicious to be relegated to November and spooky movies on the big screen are too delicious to be trotted out solely on Halloween.) With exterior shots of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House and a quintessentially creepy performance by spookmaster Vincent Price as a weirdo millionaire, the film is thought to have inspired Alfred Hitchcock to create his own low budget y horror flick “Psycho” no doubt because of a stunt Castle pulled in some theaters during the initial release, in which a prop skeleton was wheeled over the crowd at a specific moment in the film via a system of pulleys.
Ornithopod Footprints tridactly (three toed) prints of broad, rather flabby type made by the bipedal herbivorous dinosaurs like Iguanodon ; 3. Theropod Footprints tridactlyl footprints of narrower type, with claws, made by the bipedal carnivorous dinosaurs. The first category the Sauropod footprints, are quite distinctive.